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  • view down the garden this evening. has filled out well.

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  • Can’t take any credit for it but I grew some sunflowers from seed and this one is up at 5 feet 4 inches and hasn’t even begun to think about blooming yet :)
    Gonna keep a close eye on this one.
    The others aren’t far behind but how tall can these get? I forget which variety they are




  • Can’t take any credit for it but I grew some sunflowers from seed and this one is up at 5 feet 4 inches and hasn’t even begun to think about blooming yet :)
    Gonna keep a close eye on this one.
    The others aren’t far behind but how tall can these get? I forget which variety they are

    Anything from 2 feet to 12 feet depending on variety.




  • Anything from 2 feet to 12 feet depending on variety.

    No way!!
    It’s up a full three inches just in two days!




  • perfectly formed verbena...

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  • 3 months ago this was bare lawn. Loads more work to do but still nice to me




  • If they are sunflowers if you plant them more densely they kind of support each other. If I am ever bothered to upload pics to boards I'll show you what I mean.




  • Two blooms opened , fifteen more to go :)




  • Well that's just blooming great !




  • lordgoat wrote: »
    If I am ever bothered to upload pics to boards I'll show you what I mean.

    Yes, boards is incredibly antiquated when it comes to uploading images


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  • Well that's just blooming great !

    It's getting there :)




  • They bloomed at last :)




  • nice




  • Posted in another thread but figured I'd throw them in here. This year's little project really starting to take shape.

    Wall is there years and it was an overgrown mess a couple of months ago. Spent the last while cleaning it up into a shrub border.

    Before but after a strim:
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    During:
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    As of today with a few bits to be done in the next week:
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    That Alder hedge feels like it's on steroids. Clipped it back in winter and it's absolutely exploded again. It'll be getting obliterated in Feb..




  • Some recent bloomers, and an insect loving one!!!:eek:




  • Some pics




  • Some pics




  • SOme pics




  • So I seem to have a sunflower with two or three heads coming up under the main flower. Should I leave them be and see if they’d come through? Or will they even?




  • So I seem to have a sunflower with two or three heads coming up under the main flower. Should I leave them be and see if they’d come through? Or will they even?

    I'd a few like that I left them be and the y came through fine


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  • Stheno wrote: »
    I'd a few like that I left them be and the y came through fine

    Brillo thank you. I’ll leave them be.




  • Don't think it really classifies as a garden'ing' photo but he did actually come out of the flowerbed behind him there :pac:

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    Curious fella yesterday morning. He wasn't fazed by me and hung around for 2 or 3 mins, pacing about, looked hungry.

    Last night I left a bowl of cat food in the bed where he came out from. It was gone this morning. I'll have to dig out the trail cam.




  • ^^
    Healthy looking fox, we have two that wait every evening (hiding in the bushes) for their spoils. They're gorgeous.




  • Nature Symmetry...and all that mathematical beauty came from a small seed that you barely seen it in hands ...

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  • Sow Romanesco cauliflower next year, it's gorgeous. :)




  • finished the pond in the front garden this evening.

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  • finished the pond in the front garden this evening.

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    Sweet! I’ve a similar pond insert being used as a sand pit! just haven’t picked a spot yet. Are you going to plant or pave around it?




  • From last year.




  • baaba maal wrote: »
    From last year.

    Just wow! Well done. I now have huge pond envy.....;)


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  • Last year’s effort
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    As you can see plenty of bolting with the cabbage, you live you learn!


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